Budgeting & Cash-Flow

Monthly budget list with calculator and hand holding pen

With the increased living costs after a SCI (Spinal Cord Injury) or TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury), it is ever so important for clients to budget & manage their cash flow.

These increased living costs include: –

  • Specialised equipment (e.g. wheelchairs & hoists)
  • Home & car modifications
  • Personal care services
  • Medication & continence supplies
  • Ongoing medical expenses
  • Ongoing rehabilitation costs (e.g. physio & OT)
  • Additional holiday costs

Wheelie Motivated Enterprises has found that the best way to manage client’s cash flow in today’s modern technological world is through a smart phone/tablet app. Currently a handy app on the market is Pocketbook.

The app is available for iPhones & Androids and can also be used via the net & it links directly to your bank accounts. Check out the app review http://www.finder.com.au/pocketbook – ensure you read the final piece regarding security.


Download POCKETBOOK on Apple & Galaxy

pocketbook*** Brand new with activity feed of your money insights *** *** Consistently top 10 finance app in Australia *** *** Loved by over 200,000 Australian users *** Pocketbook is the app to get if you want to be better with your money. Now re-engineered with brand new tiles interface with more insights, analysis and charts at your fingertips. Pocketbook makes personal finance and budget planning really easy. It is the only popular personal finance app that gives you the option to synchronise with Australian Banks – so no more manual entry. Loved by over 200,000 Australians. Apple googlePlay